APL

APL (named after the book A Programming Language)[2] is a programming language developed in the 1960s by Kenneth E. Iverson. Its central datatype is the multidimensional array. It uses a large range of special graphic symbols[3] to represent most functions and operators, leading to very concise code. It has been an important influence on the development of concept modeling, spreadsheets, functional programming,[4] and computer math packages.[5] It has also inspired several other programming languages. (wikipedia)


References in zbMATH (referenced in 58 articles , 3 standard articles )

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  1. Lou Soffa, Mary: Control discipline necessity: Making the language as general as the implementation (1982)
  2. Sniedovich, Moshe; Smart, J. Samuel: Dynamic programming: An interactive approach (1982)
  3. Wenstop, Fred: Quantitative analysis with linguistic values (1980)
  4. Cundiff, W. E.: Simulating system dynamics in APL (1979)
  5. Iverson, Kenneth E.: Operators (1979)
  6. Biermann, Alan W.: Automatic insertion of indexing instructions in program synthesis (1978)
  7. Merrett, T. H.: QT logic: Simpler and more expressive than predicate calculus (1978)
  8. Merrett, T. H.: Relations as programming language elements (1977)
  9. Perrot, Jean-François: Utilisation d’APL pour calculer des monoides finis (1977)
  10. Falkoff, A. D.; Iverson, K. E.: The design of APL (1973)
  11. Nudds, D.: Conversion of programs between computers: Interpreters, simulators and compilers (1973)
  12. Sobel, Milton: Procedures optimales pour le classement des (t) meilleurs articles parmi (n) au moyen de comparaisons binaires (1973)
  13. Katzan, Harry jun.: An APL approach to the representation and manipulation of data structures (1972)
  14. Lipovski, Gerald J.: Data structures in context-addressed cellular memories (1972)
  15. Björk, Harry: A bi-unique transformation into integers of identifiers and other variable-length items (1971)
  16. Knuth, D. E.: Optimum binary search trees (1971)
  17. Iverson, K. E.: The roll of computers in teaching. Foreword by A.J.Colemann (1968)
  18. Iverson, Kenneth E.: A programming language (1962)